Intergenerational Leadership Masterclass (with keynote speakers David and Jonah Stillman)
This masterclass will provide senior leaders with the insight to recognise and manage challenges within culture, ideals, values and practices. A thoughtful approach to intergenerational dynamics has never been more important now that we have four generations in our workplace (Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, Gen Z). Within the NHS there is a necessity to retain a talented workforce, with consideration needed for those leading and nearing the end of their career but also for young people to be choosing the NHS as an organisation of choice. Supporting the outcomes laid out in the People Plan and Long-Term Plan.
As a result, we are thrilled to introduce keynote speakers’ father and son generational experts’ duo: Jonah and David Stillman who will bring their expertise to inspire and bring meaningful insight into how generations connect and clash in todays’ workplace.
This masterclass will support you to:
- Be inspired to recognise opportunities for collaboration between generations
- Build passion for celebrating and embracing differences
- Develop skills in building connections across generations
Who can attend the programme?
This programme is aimed at advanced leaders within health and social care. This is those in senior management roles who are looking to advance their leadership capability in and across care and health systems and communities, approximately Agenda for Change Bands 8a and above.
This offer is organised by the Midlands Leadership Academy but is open to all regions. Please find a flyer which you are welcome to circulate.
Date and time:
There will be an interactive sixty-minute talk followed by a thirty-minute question and answer session.
17th February 2022 from 2pm to 3.30pm
Is there a cost to participants?
No, the programme is fully funded by Midlands Leadership and Lifelong Learning, NHS England and NHS Improvement.
How is it run?
This is a ninety-minute virtual masterclass (which includes a thirty-minute question and answer session). This will be run via Microsoft Teams.
If you have any special requirements with regards to accessibility either before, during or after the event, then please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
The closing date and time is: 2nd February 2022 at 5pm. You will receive confirmation of your place on the programme by: 4th February 2022
(We recommend that you hold the date in your diary).
Questions about this event?
Organiser : Kaye Purkis